Promoting Human Dignity Globally
We help Ukrainian refugees and displaced persons in Moldova, Ukraine, and Romania
How we work
Step to step into our process
The American Multinational Jewish Federation (AMJF) operates by building a network of trusted local Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), and educational institutions to address the needs of people in high-risk and vulnerable environments.
Our approach is rooted in the Russian proverb, “Trust, but verify” (Доверяй, но проверяй – “Doveryai no proveryai”), popularized by President Ronald Reagan. This principle guides our commitment to transparency, accountability, and efficacy in our humanitarian efforts.
Procurement and distribution
Activities and Testimonials
The American Multinational Jewish Federation collaborates with its partners in Ukraine and Moldova to distribute essential supplies and initiate programs that cater to the needs of displaced individuals, vulnerable communities, and other individuals affected by the war. AMJF’s local NGO partners assess the requirements of the affected people and submit requests for supplies, which are subsequently transferred to the partner NGO to distribute amongst its beneficiaries.
The following are examples of activities and testimonials from our partners.
Pickleball socializing event in Moldova
Meeting with the Rector of Odesa National University of Economics
AMJF works with Odesa National University of Economics to distribute supplies to faculty, staff, and students as well as arranges seminars and MBA-level courses for the Odesa academic and business communities.
Chabad of Odesa
Chabad of Odesa – The Chabad Jewish Community Odesa, Ukraine is the recipient and distributor of winter supplies, feminine hygiene products, emergency lights with phone rechargers, power banks for laptops, phones, and lighting, as well as sporting equipment for their new school facility and socialization programs.
Donate to help
100W 50000mAh, Power Bank Portable Battery Pack Charger
Distributed by NGO and academic partners. When electricity is intermittent, power banks are used to keep phones, computers, tablets, and LED lights charged.Donate
Emergency Mylar Thermal Blankets
Distributed by NGO and academic partners. Used for keeping warm and for first aid kits. A simple blanket that can save a life.Donate
Hand Crank/USB/Solar Powered Lanterns
Distributed by NGO and academic partners. When electricity is knocked out, the rechargeable lanterns provide light and the ability to recharge phones enough for texting and short phone calls, as well as use the air raid siren app.Donate